Some of you must be getting paid by your email provider for advertising space right? Otherwise why would you allow them to advertise products on your business email?
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Unless you are writing a novel solely to amuse yourself, and have no intention of ever showing it to anyone else, you need to start thinking about the business side of your writing life. An email account that is businesslike (firstname.lastname@example.org isn't); an account that doesn't spam your recipients with advertising links; and an IP address that isn't your other business/job (email@example.com)
There are many parts of this business you have no control over: response times from agents leap to mind; the state of the market; my mood. You have total control over how you present yourself. Exercise it.